Zac Clifton


Zac Clifton - Family Friendly Country

Zac Clifton is a 20-year-old Traditional Country singer/songwriter. He started singing when he was nine and started playing the guitar and writing songs at age 12. After seeing Randy Travis and then George Jones in concert at age nine, Zac fell in love with traditional Country songs and knew that he wanted to sing traditional Country music.

He attended a Merle Haggard concert at 13 and was invited on Merle’s bus to meet and sing for him. He was blessed to open for Merle several times following their meeting. This was a great turning point for him, enabling him to meet many Country legends. Kris Kristofferson compared Zac’s singing and songwriting to that of a "young Hank Williams".

"Honky Tonk Heaven" is Zac’s first album and was produced by Grammy-winning musician / producer / arranger Bobby Flores in San Antonio. It includes ten songs written by Zac and one that he co-wrote with his good friend, Matt Engelhardt. Zac believes that by recording this album, he is carrying the torch that keeps Traditional Country Music alive. Once you hear this young man, you will certainly agree.